Morgan Noesen Benefit

June 27, 2013

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Events include raffle, silent auction, BBQ dinner and playground activities. Morgan has been diagnosed with a Progressive Degenerative Neurological Disease. At this time, there is no treatment or cure for this disease. Morgan is a dedicated husband and father of five beautiful children. Morgan’s career in law enforcement spanned over 20 years. He has worked in multiple aspects of the profession as a Police Officer, Deputy Sheriff, Corrections Officer, School Resource Officer, Narcotics K9 Handler and Probation Officer. He worked in California and Washington; however, he most enjoyed working in the community he lived in, North Idaho. Morgan served as a Police Officer for the Post Falls Police Department and as a Juvenile Probation Officer for Kootenai County. He taught classes for the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Juvenile Probation Academy and developed the Kootenai County Juvenile Probation K9 program where he worked with Beau, the K9, for 5 years.Combined with his ability to connect with people made him a wonderful supervisor, mentor and even more importantly, a genuine friend. Morgan and his wife were foster parents for many years and active in the foster care community. They adopted two young children to complete their family of seven. Morgan has always enjoyed working with youth and helped develop a program to teach youth the basics of bike repair and maintenance. His wife, Joni, started and ran North Idaho Boxer Rescue here in Kootenai County, which Morgan has done a lot of work with. Morgan has been an active volunteer in the community, working with youth to put together and deliver food baskets and children’s bikes for families in need during the holiday seasons. Morgan has dedicated his life to helping others. He has made a great impact on our community and touched the lives of so many. The costs he and his family have incurred through testing, medical bills and trips to the Mayo Clinic continue to add to the already stressful situation they are in. We are hopeful the community can reach out to Morgan and his family in their time of need as they have done for so many in our community.

5:30 p.m.
Q'emiln Park, Grand Pavilion, 12201 W. Parkway, Post Falls
Post Falls
North Idaho: Post Falls
$5/barbecue dinner
(208) 660-7083
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